CCTV footage has been released showing the moment a gang member was arrested in Orpington following a huge weapons haul.
It shows Richard Rye, 24, of Lime Road, Swanley, attempting to call other members of the gang before being arrested in McDonald's, Sevenoaks Way, by a National Crime Agency officer.
Rye has pleaded guilty at the Old Bailey to being knowingly concerned in the evasion of a prohibition on importation of the firearms.
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Harry Shilling, 22, of Hart Road, Swanley, and Michael Defraine, 30, of Franklin Road, Bexleyheath, have pleaded not guilty to importing firearms.
Their trial is ongoing.
The deadly cargo, 22 Czech-made AK47-style assault rifles and nine fully automatic Skorpion sub-machine guns, had been shipped in from Boulogne in France on board the Albernina skippered by David Payne, 43.
They had a street value of £100,000 and prosecutors told the Old Bailey the weapons were "capable of unleashing carnage on a terrifying scale".
Payne has also pleaded guilty to being knowingly concerned in the evasion of a prohibition on importation of the firearms.